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10cc - I'm Mandy Fly Me

I'm Mandy Fly Me: "I'm Mandy Fly Me" is a single by 10cc released in 1976. It was taken from the How Dare You! album. It reached No. 6 on the UK Singles Chart.[1] The intro to "I'm Mandy Fly Me" features one of the bridge sections of the band's 1974 song "Clockwork Creep".[citation needed] The section, whose lyrics are "Oh, no you'll never get me up in one of these again / 'Cause what goes up must come down", is rendered soft and tinny, as if heard playing from a portable transistor radio or an in-flight audio system.[citation needed] Personnel Eric Stewart – lead guitar, lead and backing vocals, electric and acoustic piano, whistle Graham Gouldman – electric six-string, electric four-string and acoustic bass, backing vocals, zithers Kevin Godley – drums, backing vocals Lol Creme – lead guitar, backing vocals, Moog synthesizer, vibes The Woman Hunter: The Woman Hunter is a 1972 American made-for-television mystery film that premiered as the CBS Movie of the Week on September 19, 1972. The teleplay was written by Brian Clemens and Tony Williamson (the former's first and the latter's only American TV work), from a story by Clemens about a socialite's involvement with an international thief. The film, directed by Bernard L. Kowalski and starring Barbara Eden, Stuart Whitman and Robert Vaughn, was shot in Acapulco, Mexico and produced by Bing Crosby Productions.[1][2] Larry Storch and his wife Norma appear at the beginning of the film.

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10cc, pop music, pop rock, 70s, Barbara Eden, Stuart Whitman, Robert Vaughn, The Woman Hunter